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SMRT – Lower Leg & Foot Exam

SMRT Lower Leg & Foot Exam

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1. There are _________ bones in each foot.*
2. Peroneus tertius inserts on the*
3. To release popliteus*
4. Extensor hallicis longus' actions include dorsiflexion of the foot at the ankle because*
5. The talocrural is a _____________ joint within the __________________ group.*
6. Peroneus longus originates on the*
7. To release the lateral head of gastrocnemius, place your thumb on the lateral condyle of the femur and*
8. When releasing tautness in the lateral (fibular) collateral ligament of the tibiofemoral joint, place your hand on the*
9. For the second release for the patellar tendon in the anterior lower leg demo, you will use the*
10. In Patti's self-care, she leans against the massage table with both feet facing forward, her front knee is bent, her back leg is straight, she is stretching*
11. When releasing soleus, you will need*
12. Three muscles originate from the lateral condyle of the femur, they are*
13. Which 2 muscles attach to the head of the fibula?*
14. To release the interosseus membrane take the tibia and fibula and*
15. When you move the big toe into extension, create dorsiflexion at the ankle, and inversion of the foot, you are releasing*
16. Popliteus is located*
17. While releasing flexor digitorum brevis you can target different areas of the muscle belly by*
18. During the first release for peroneus longus, your action hand will be on*
19. Check for metatarsal mobility and spacing by*
20. SMRT positions will bring tone down in hypertonic muscles, but they will also*
21. The deltoid ligament can tighten because the client's foot is oversupinated, but it can also become tight because*
22. Adduction is when the limb moves _____________ the midline of the body, while abduction is when the limb moves _________________ the midline of the body.*
23. Tension in peroneus tertius can create quite a bit of tension in the*
24. To release flexor digitorum longus, you will have to use*
25. Abductor hallicis moves the big toe*
26. To release the tendon of tibialis anterior*
27. The abductor digiti minimi release*
28. Adductor hallucis has 2 heads, the oblique head originates on the ______________, while the transverse head originates on the _______________________.*
29. In the demo for the posterior lower leg, the release for tibialis posterior helped to remove excess tone from*
30. If you move the 2nd toe toward the 1st toe while moving the 2nd metatarsal toward the 3rd metatarsal, you are releasing*
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